Unmodified oligodeoxynucleotides require single-strandedness to induce targeted repair of a chromosomal EGFP gene.


BACKGROUND A number of genetic defects in humans are due to point mutations in a single, often tightly regulated gene. Genetic treatment of such defects is preferably done by correcting only the altered base pair at the endogenous locus rather than by a gene replacement strategy involving viral vectors. Promisingly high repair rates have been achieved in… (More)


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